Argentine photographer Horacio Coppola, of the 20th century Bauhaus movement, died Monday in his home town of Buenos Aires. He was 105. As early as 1930, one of his works was featured on the cover of a Jorge Luis Borges book. He also produced “Art of Mesopotamia” for Les Cahiers d’Art from the Louvre art collection.
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